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Despite the fact 3,000 housing units are sitting idle in local authority areas, in most instances in need of refurbishment, the Department actually cut the refurbishment budget for 2015 by [euro]6million.
Total quantity or scope: The provision of Energy Efficiency Measures and Refurbishment works for Domestic and Public sector buildings.
Within weeks of the refurbishment being completed companies were coming forward to rent or buy the units.
The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Wales Cymru announced the winners of its Project Awards 2015 in Cardiff with the Caernarfon Harbour Promenade Refurbishment Scheme clinching the award for sustainability.
Last year, the 20-year old building underwent a PS2 million refurbishment, in a bid to bring much-needed Grade A office space to Birmingham and the region.
John Collinson, manager at Dene Park House care home, said: "A warm and homely environment is so important for the care and well-being of our residents and this refurbishment has had a very positive impact.
Data on capacity of direct-drive turbines installed and capacity of wind turbine with expected gearbox refurbishment.
The library will be closed until the refurbishment is complete.
The Kempinski Mall of the Emirates refurbishment project will be completed over multiple phases.
The refurbishment works include structural, mechanical and floor works, as well as upgraded back-office and workshop facilities.
While we have done light refurbishments throughout the hotel during this time, the hotel is now in a position in which an extensive refurbishment will firmly place us ahead of our competitors.